Six N. Five is an artwork path and imagery studio based mostly in Barcelona, Spain. They shared an experimental 3D artwork blended with structure titled ‘the Japanese Garden’ collection. It’s a full CGI illustration collection a couple of tradition that’s really fascinating to me. For these, you already know me is totally educated of my love for Japan and every thing that comes by way of this contemporary and modern traditions. First of all, simply by trying by way of this collection, all of them seem like pictures. At a more in-depth look, what’s inflicting a believable phantasm to me is how the shadow displays the sunshine on the ground and the partitions. It’s fairly spectacular, test it out!


Inspired by the Japanese gardens and their structure, amazed by the cleanliness and wonder they’ve, we took all of the references that we collected for some time, and we tried to make our interpretation of this.

Image may contain: houseplant, road and flowerpot

Image may contain: lake, tree and water

Image may contain: houseplant, plant and flowerpot

Image may contain: water, sky and outdoor

Image may contain: houseplant, flowerpot and plant

Image may contain: wall, building and indoor

Image may contain: table, coffee table and house

Image may contain: water, sky and outdoor

Image may contain: tree, boat and watercraft



  • Concept and Creative Direction: Six N. Five
  • Art Direction: Ezequiel Pini, Joan Garcia Pons
  • 3D Designers: Joan Garcia Pons, Simon Kaempfer, Ezequiel Pini
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